Surface cauldron subsidence with associated faulting and fissure basalt eruptions at gariboldi pass, Shoa, Ethiopia
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Recent Quaternary faulting and vulcanicity accompanied by peculiar subsidence phenomena in the northern part of the Main Ethiopian Rift are described for the first time. A suggested sequence of geological events is given.
KeywordsSubsidence Area Fault Movement Ethiopian Rift Lava Field Ring Fault
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